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Addressing & Mailing Solutions launches AMS 6500 desktop folder inserter

Mailroom equipment supplier Addressing & Mailing Solutions (AMS) has launched the AMS 6500 entry-level folder-inserter for low to mid-volume users.

Capita orders UK's first Impika web presses in £17m spend

Capita has invested £17m in a new 'white paper' print and distribution facility in Mansfield that will house the first two Impika inkjet web presses in the UK.

GI Solutions reveals £2m CMC investment

GI Solutions has revealed that the March launch of its digital envelope mailpack product was enabled by a £2m investment in a pair of JWR 30K paper wrappers from CMC Machinery.

Royal Mail launches Mailmark tracking system

Royal Mail has launched the first phase of a new Mailmark system for closer tracking through its sortation and delivery system.

The Envelope Works invests in third four-colour UV press

The Envelope Works has installed a new Halm EM4000 four-colour UV envelope printing press and is planning to add another two new machines by the end of June, including its first five colour machine.

MTS launches inline folder for inserting lines

Mailing Technology & Support (MTS) has announced the launch of the Feedline 14, an inline feeder and folder that can be fitted to any third-party inserter.

First 4 launches direct mail division

Trade finisher First 4 Print Finishing has launched a new direct mail division, on the back of a 150,000 investment, to diversify into new markets and future-proof the business.

RnB Direct Mail invest in Buhrs BB300 with camera system

RnB Direct Mail has invested 80,000 in a nine-station Buhrs BB300 envelope inserting system with camera matching.

MBA kicks off £3m equipment spend

MBA Group has bought two Pitney Bowes APS inserters and an FX10 encloser to kick off an investment programme that is expected to top £3m over the next nine months.

Heidelberg shows "revolutionary" mailing line

Heidelberg has joined forces with Kodak and perfector manufacturer Popp to produce a mailing line that the companies believe could revolutionise personalised mailing.

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